The Hoosic River Revival Coalition.

Contact: Judy Grinnell Phone: 413.822.2376 Email:
The Hoosic River Watershed Association (HooRWA) is a 501(c)(3) fiscal agent for the Hoosic River Revival Coalition.
Phone: 413.458.2742 Email:

For the latest information on this project you can visit the Hoosic River Revival Coalition website at You can also get there from here.

We are working to make the Hoosic River and its surrounding area a vital part of downtown North Adams.

A group of local residents has come together to say it is time to reconnect the Hoosic River with the City of North Adams.

Imagine a downtown North Adams where both branches of the Hoosic River are lovely to look at, suitable for fishing, boating and swimming, bordered by trails running through parkland, and where people come for business and socializing.

This coalition of citizens and public officials believes that the enhancement of the river, as it flows through our downtown, would complete this picture of a city with outstanding recreational, cultural, and business opportunities.

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Area of project

Area of project

Community Conversation

On Saturday June 26, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at St. Elizabeth’s of Hungary Parish Center, Milone and McBroom, an engineering, landscape architecture, and planning firm will lead a discussion on the flood chutes in North Adams – how to preserve their flood control functions while, at the same time, making them recreational and cultural amenities and drivers of economic growth. Many communities around the nation have been able to create 21st century flood control systems that also benefit fish and other aquatic organisms, allow for appropriate river access, and promote waterfront developments of many kinds.
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